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How do I install mod_proxy?

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  1. trakwebster

    trakwebster Well-Known Member

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    I'm trying to install a back-end application which requires that Apache use mod_rewrite and mod_proxy.

    I can tell that mod_rewrite is loaded because in httpd.conf, I can see "AddModule mod_rewrite.c".

    In httpd.conf, there is no AddModule for mod_proxy.c, so I'm assuming that mod_proxy needs to be set up so that it can be LoadModuled and AddModuled.

    I have two questions:

    1) How can find out what modules are already compiled into Apache?

    According to doc I've found so far, the command 'httpd -l' is supposed to reveal the compiled-in modules, but this command only produces the help message which says that -l is not a valid flag. It offers a flag called 'httpd -status' but that command bombs with a 'not found' error.

    2) Assuming that the mod_proxy is not already compiled into apache, how would I got about setting it up so that it can be LoadModuled and Addmoduled like mod_rewrite?

    I'd be grateful for any info and advice.
     
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